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4 . A GROWING DEMAND VOICED FOR ONLINE LEARNING
RISE OF SELF-LEARNING Of students who reported positive educational outcomes , despite COVID-19 , 75 % have enrolled in new online programmes and learnt new skills . Hence , how can HEIs cater to students who desire to take charge of their learning and pick up new skills ?
NEED FOR ‘ BLENDED LEARNING ’ 60 % of students indicate and voice a negative impact - mainly due to a move to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and addressing the need for more blended learning platforms has been voiced by 33.33 % of these students . How can HEIs build effective , interactive tech-based blended learning models ?
UPTAKE OF E-LEARNING PLATFORMS Unacademy ( 34 %), LinkedIn ( 23 %), Coursera ( 16 %) and Udemy ( 14 %) emerge as winning online-learning platforms to supplement classroom learning . How can HEIs effectively collaborate and partner with these e-learning platforms to increase their reach , up their offerings and improve student learning ?
MORE ‘ FLEXIBLE ’ AND ‘ SPECIALISED ’ EDUCATION Having a host of courses to choose from online , students expect more from traditional education systems . 38 % of students voice the need for greater flexibility and specialisation in higher education . How can HEIs step up their offerings to match up to and supplement flexibility and specialisation that e-tech brings ?